Standard ends 2010 on a high with a host of Taiyo installs

At the Labelexpo show, Standard Printers Providers who have been maintaining a low profile announced a slew of very impressive installations in 2010.


AnyGraphics, Ajanta, Veekay, Pragati sweep label awards

Over 600 printers/converters, suppliers and brand owners attended a glittering evening held at Jhankar Garden, New Delhi.


Delhi-based Shree Balaji Printers books Lintec to boost production

14 year old, Delhi-based Shree Balaji Printers booked a new Lintec printing press 300iTP at Labelexpo India. This is the fourth printing press for the company.


Flint Group announces new ink site in Gujarat

Besides announcing developments in UV flexo technology, Flint announced the setting up of a new site in Savli near Vadodara in Gujarat.


Zircon leaps ahead with investment in Esko

Zircon Technologies in Dehradun has set its sights on the growing Indian label print market following a major investment in EskoArtwork equipment.


Weldon Celloplast makes a mark with Omet and Rotocontrol

Weldon Celloplast showcased Omet machines at its busy stall. The company has already sold the first Omet press in India. The Flexy press on the stand, on demo throughout...


Creed Engineers bags orders with top label converters at the show

Creed Engineers which had a good show, confirmed sales of four machines at Labelexpo India.

Labelexpo India 2010: At a Glance

It was a good rounding up to the year. The Labelexpo which took place from 8 to 11 December at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi can be rated as solid success.


Mark Andy P5 booked by Barcom and Astron

The Mark Andy stall had two models P5 and P3 at Labelexpo India. The highlight at Mark Andy stall was: the company has sold out two P5 presses to Astron Packaging...


Sai Packaging in Delhi installs Gallus ECS 340 and the EMS 280

Delhi-based Sai Packaging with plants in Faridabad and Bengaluru is the first Indian company to have the Gallus ECS 340 flexographic printing press, made by the...

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